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Q: Finding chirimoya/sweetsop in Beijing.

I'm starting to miss this awesome fruit. I could find it on Taobao, but it's awfully expensive - around 35 yuan for one. Apparently they are imported from Taiwan, and they are not really the same.

 

Do they sell these babies anywhere in Beijing?

9 years 38 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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I hope GuilinRaf sees this post, he will know what a "chirimoya" is, and maybe where to get it in Beijing.

I have not seen them in a long time.

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Hate to disappoint you, but I have never seen this in Beijing....

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You can try the foodstreet at WangFuJing....they have a place called Tawain street that apparently sells all types of foods and other things that are from Tawain such as toys for kids there. It's a place in WanfuJing if your not sure where it is you can ask somebody around there or just look it up on a map it's called Tawain street or something similiar to that. If it's candy they are sure to have it there because I saw them selling all types of candy that I had never ever seen before! Good luck!

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